Russia Today on Libya: The War Of Lies…

This video and interview follow my thoughts pretty close. Russia Today does an interview with Alan J. Kuperman, a professor at the University of Texas argued there is simply no evidence Qaddafi was targeting civilians, therefore there is no possibility Obama could have had evidence or reason to enter Libya and begin a military intervention…

“Civilians are caught in the middle,” he said. “We didn’t stop a bloodbath but we (West) are prolonging and perpetuating the suffering of civilians in Libya.”

He argued that Qaddafi is targeting rebel fighters. There was never a bloodbath of civilians at the hands of Qaddafi…

“We knew that if we wanted – if we waited one more day, Benghazi, a city nearly the size of Charlotte, could suffer a massacre that would have reverberated across the region and stained the conscience of the world,” Obama said in a speech…

“If Qaddafi were trying to massacre civilians there would be thousands killed, not a couple hundred killed,” Kuperman remarked…

Qaddafi said he would show no mercy to rebels, he did not speak about civilians. He even said rebel fighters who laid down their arms and surrendered would receive mercy, explained Kuperman…

“He made clear would not target civilians,” he said. “Obama exaggerated the threat.”

The Libya issue is a huge fabricated lie by the West…

The one thing that has come out about this situation on this side of the world is that more civilians have been been killed by and because of the coalition, than Qaddafi caused…

“A lie told often enough becomes truth!” – credited to Vladimir Lenin…
“Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it!” – credited to Adolf Hitler…

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